mrzarquon: I felt like the other side of this thought experiment is how long can you go without showing up to work before people notice you aren't there. If you've been automating the systems and using a management framework, it could be a couple of days or weeks if you're good
The result is most people end up embracing very slow, manual processes and poor documentation, because well, it keeps them employed. In most IT jobs, if you have to show up every day you're doing something wrong- but most people do it, because it's expected, just like when grandpa would show up to work every day in a suit and tie. They strive to look busy, or the wrong kind of people stay employed (mediocrity only recognizing and promoting other mediocrities), because there's no incentive to innovate solutions.
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